Quantum Break is definitely a game worth playing, even though it's flawed. It's got some great music (Royal Blood's Ten Tonne Skeleton was a nice surprise) and some fairly good character interactions – along with a great TV show to boot. It's just unfortunate that it feels pieced together for no reason other than to get people to watch the TV show instead of feeling like a solid game with a great bonus.
Battleborn is great, but it just isn't as inviting it could be – and the marketing has made it look more like a direct competitor for Blizzard's Overwatch, despite being considerably different. It's a shame more people aren't getting onto the Battleborn bandwagon because while it isn't a smooth as Overwatch it's far more complete and feels like a full game instead of paying to continue playing a demo.
Total War: Warhammer is definitely impressive for a casual like me, and I definitely plan to spend more time with this game during the summer lull so I can learn the other factions and the Chaos order, which thankfully I wound up getting free during launch week but it sucks that it costs people if they didn't buy it early.
Without playing all the franchises in Telltale Games’ catalog, I can’t say whether Batman is their best work – but I can tell you that it is masterly crafted for both fans and casuals alike, and Episode one had me hooked to the point to where I couldn’t put it down.